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Looking back at the New York Mountains foothills, I realize that today's hike was not too difficult, and worth the effort

Looking back at the New York Mountains foothills, I realize that today's hike was not too difficult, and worth the effort It's fun to hike over the rocks in this quiet corner of Pinto ValleyThumbnailsAs I walk around the rocks near Howe Spring, I reflect on how I haven't seen another human for almost 4 daysIt's fun to hike over the rocks in this quiet corner of Pinto ValleyThumbnailsAs I walk around the rocks near Howe Spring, I reflect on how I haven't seen another human for almost 4 daysIt's fun to hike over the rocks in this quiet corner of Pinto ValleyThumbnailsAs I walk around the rocks near Howe Spring, I reflect on how I haven't seen another human for almost 4 daysIt's fun to hike over the rocks in this quiet corner of Pinto ValleyThumbnailsAs I walk around the rocks near Howe Spring, I reflect on how I haven't seen another human for almost 4 daysIt's fun to hike over the rocks in this quiet corner of Pinto ValleyThumbnailsAs I walk around the rocks near Howe Spring, I reflect on how I haven't seen another human for almost 4 days

The Cliff Canyon Spring Peaks up there are about 1000 feet higher than here. Effort and some fitness is required, but you don't need to be an athlete to do this hike.